(Image courtesy of the ZJJF)
'Duke of York' is a title of nobility in the British peerage, usually given to the second son of the British monarch. H.R.H. Prince George (1865 - 1936) was created Duke of York in 1892, and his wife Mary (m. 1893) was the Duchess. He was the second son of Edward VII & Alexandra, and later King George V.
Daniel Tallon was Lord Mayor of Dublin 1898 - 1900. I could not find his picture, but this is his signature on official Mansion House stationary.
The Solicitor-General for Ireland was the holder of an Irish and then (from the Act of Union 1800) United Kingdom government office. The holder was a deputy to the Attorney-General for Ireland, and advised the Crown on Irish legal matters.
Sir Dunbar Plunket Barton held the position 1898 - 1900, followed by George Wright 1900 - 1903. James Henry Musson Campbell was S-G for Ireland in 1904. This photo shows Sir Edward Carson: he was S-G for Ireland in 1892, and S-G for England and Wales in 1904.
Two. The first in the lilacgarden of Matthew Dillon's house, Medina Villa, Kimmage road, Roundtown, in 1887, in the company of Stephen's mother," (U17.466)
Mrs Riordan (Dante), a widow of independent means, had resided in the house of Stephen's parents from 1 September 1888 to 29 December 1891 and had also resided during the years 1892, 1893 and 1894 in the City Arms Hotel owned by Elizabeth O'Dowd of 54 Prussia street where, during parts of the years 1893 and 1894 she had been a constant informant of Bloom who resided also in the same hotel," (U17.477)
Not her, but how I imagine Mrs. Riordan.
He had sometimes propelled her on warm summer evenings, an infirm widow of independent, if limited, means, in her convalescent bathchair with slow revolutions of its wheels as far as the corner of the North Circular road opposite Mr Gavin Low's place of business where she had remained for a certain time scanning through his onelensed binocular field glasses unrecognisable citizens on tramcars, roadster bicycles equipped with inflated pneumatic tyres, hackney carriages, tandems, private and hired landaus, dogcarts," (U17.487)
Because in middle youth he had often sat observing through a rondel of bossed glass of a multicoloured pane the spectacle offered with continual changes of the thoroughfare without, pedestrians, quadrupeds, velocipedes, vehicles, passing slowly, quickly, evenly, round and round and round the rim of a round and round precipitous globe." (U17.497)
The indoor exercises, formerly intermittently practised, subsequently abandoned, prescribed in Eugen Sandow's Physical Strength and How to Obtain It which, designed particularly for commercial men engaged in sedentary occupations," (U17.509)
The Sandow method was advertised for both men and women, and included charts and advise for children as young as 7 years.